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u.s. destroyers in the mediterranean and three u.s. sub marines and one british sub marine. they were fired off of those at 2:00 p.m. eastern time. takes about an hour flying time for the tomahawks to strike their targets. there were about 20 targets evenly divided between the capital of tripoli as well as misred aed ta where we he do understand from reports on the ground that an air force academy was targeted there as well as the main air base that qadaffi has. also, two strikes against sert, the hometown of qadaffi but none against benghazi where the rebels are holed up. they wanted to avoid any casualties in benghazi. >> judge jeanine: that, of course, being the rebel stronghold. we are now six hours into the cruz missile attack. is it true that it will take in fact hours more for us to know the full extent of the cruz missile attacks? >> reporter: i think they are starting to get some reports. one u.s. defense official says that qadaffi's defense systems basically an sa 5 old soviet era defense system, ironically the same that was used by saddam hussein exactly 8 years
. a simpler way to ship. >> u.s. officials confirms to fox news. qaddafi air defenses are seriously disabled. it is too early to predict what they might do in response to today's strike. >> new images shows u.s. navy ships firing missiles and teeping wup britain, france and canada and italy to enforce a no fly zone all to support a rebel uprising in that country until now appeared on the verge of defeat. even before the attack a libyan fighter jet hit boy rebel fire or a coalition plane. the rebels on the ground cheered and celebrating. as international forces move in. 114 tomahawk cruise missiles fired thus far and targeting 20 sites near tripoli. we have live coverage on the ground. molly henningberg has the u.s. reponce. we begin with steve harington streaming live from tripoli. steve. >>reporter: a message of defiance from qaddafi. he said the attackers are colonialist and where onist who want to take over libyan oil. this time he was in a curious move it is a phone conversation recorded and that may speak to his ability to have communications or he could be in hiding. it is not clear. h
how there's assassination attempt on colonel gaddafi, u.s. officials at the pentagon have already said they're not targeting gaddafi. that doesn't rule out that a strike took place, but i think there's some skepticism about any claims made pie this government. they're clearly operating a propaganda war as well as a war on the ground and they've been dead wrong on major statements in the past and i think there's a question mark whether this was in fact an attempt and whether that attempt happened recently, from the damage shown, it was an administration building, there's no report of casualties. gaddafi's compound itself is a huge, four block complex, it's like four city blocks surrounded by a 12 foot high wall. it's a big operation there and the administrative building is in ruins, but when it was hit, when it was destroyed, really, a question mark at this point, despite the government's claims. >> harris: yeah, very excellent points about that. pushing forward with propaganda, we should mention gaddafi has been in power there for four decades, the guy knows how to spin it. we'll see w
news sunday. where was president obama and what a world without u.s. leadership looks like. >> our nuclear power plants have undergone exhaustive study and been declared unsafe for contingencies. we have a responsibility to learn from this event and to draw from the lessons to ensure the safety and security of our people. >> welcome "journal editorial report." that was president obama promising a safety review of all u.s. nuclear plants. as the crisis? squaw pan deepened -- as the crisis in japan deepening, they called for the closure of the indian point power plant outside new york city. and connecticut senator joe lieberman saying we should put the brakes on building any new reactors in the u.s. so could what happened in japan happen here? and does the disaster spell the end for the nuclear power industry in the u.s.? joining the panel this week our columnist and deputy editor. kim, you have been reporting this story all week. what is the u.s. nuclear industry saying about the disaster in japan? >>> there are big differences here, paul, and it shouldn't stop nuclear power. here
of disasters? >> yeah, that 85% number came from a u.s. seismologist and you heard that same number from australian sieismologists as well who believe that something in the 7's will come our way and historically what happens in this region after the first massive quake. will it happen? that remains to be seen of course. and people don't have a lot of supplies. we are where we're located on the edge of the structures, along the waterfront and remind people what we saw in southeast asia, in 2004-2005, they had the tsunami warning system here in place and the people, the market pass packed at the time and 15 minutes to get away and a seven or eight foot wall of water. and i've been told by a couple of people in the region, if another tsunami were to come, they're working officially and the warning systems are either out and they were destroyed when the water came through or there's no electricity to run them. other parts of the country are having blackouts to help the people who don't have electricity maybe funnel some of that power to the north. and very cold here at night and several mill
are about 75, 80 miles from that initial reactor. we are outside of the ring by a good amount. u.s. helicopters according to one new york times report detected particles as far as 50 miles in the air. was it inland out in the water? the breezes blowout to sea so we are thinking it's out that way. that is a significant development. right now if you take all of the reports about what is going on the japanese will tell you anywhere between 200 and 300 thousand people have been evacuated from near those two different sites. again there are 120 kilometers apart. the first one is 75-80 miles up the coast from where i am standing now. those are up to 200, 300 thousand people have been evacuated 200 people have been treated for nuclear exposure from japanese sources from the government. those numbers are getting pretty solid since this morning when we got here i have been monitoring all of the feeds coming in as we can. it's a serious situation something everybody is watching extremely closely. you have already dealt with an earthquake here a tsunami significant after shocks and now this.
will stay seated in the vehicle. focused? i can never remember a time when a u.s. president launched military action and didn't speak that evening from the oval office with a sober explanation of what, how, and how much and how long. this action was announced by the secretary of state while the commander-in-chief visited in rio and meticulous attention to basketball brackets. maybe he's lost interest in the job. nex year we can fix that. he might be better suited as a professor and educate and contemplate and never have to reach a conclusion or writing books and perhaps taking a new direction in fiction since much . budget proposals and solutions for stimulating the economy and deficit drowning health care plains are the stuff of fiction. or maybe, maybe he would like to take the job in which he is interested. sports analyst for espn. his decisions in this arena are more accurate and based on more thought and if he's wrong, it really doesn't matter because when he's wrong now, it really does matter and on that there is clarity. that's my view and i welcome yours . cume at mikehuckabe
prices in the u.s. price of a gallon is up $0.33 in two weeks. that's the seconds biggest increase on record. reporting remember layer is averaging 3.51 a gallon. that's the highest it has been in 2 and a half years. analysts are predicting more price increases at unrest in the middle ooe continues. same storm system. now back to huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: we're back with chip and bill and james asking them about the big surprises. we talked to bill. two guys who haven't been involved in politics. james, surprise, disappointment, tell us the shocker for you getting to washington and being sworn in as a congressman. >> the two big surprises, one was how diverse the house of representatives is. people would be proud to know we're as diverse as america. we're from like chip and i from no political back background. people are talking about the problems and not the solutions. you hear the problems and few conversations about how to solve it. that surprised me. that needs to be the place we solve problems, not just talk about them. >> chip, what due tell your wife and say, honey, yo
to qaddafi. government troops making headway in. >> i with. the u.s. saying it will give $3 million to a un agency helping the fleeing in libya. president obama said qaddafi needs to go. severe weather along the gulf coast moving eastward and fast. look at this map. when that rain hits the east coast, it will be snow. in louisiana one woman died when a tornado ripped through the town of rayne. 1500 evacuated and tonight they're in a local firehouse because of reported gas leaks. new orleans hit by the same storm system. now back to huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: we're back with chip and bill and james asking them about the big surprises. we talked to bill. two guys who haven't been involved in politics. james, surprise, disappointment, tell us the shocker for you getting to washington and being sworn in as a congressman. >> the two big surprises, one was how diverse the house of representatives is. people would be proud to know we're as diverse as america. we're from like chip and i from no political back background. people are talking about the problems and not the solutions. you hear the
. that pushes up gas prices in the u.s. the cost of a gallon of gas up 33 cents in just the past two weeks. that's the second largest increase on record. the survey reporting regular gasoline now averaging 3.51 a gallon the highest in 2 1/2 years. analysts predicting further price increases the longer the fighting goes on in libya. i'm harris faulkner. now back to "huckabee." you're watching the most powerful name in news, fox >>> we're back with our guests. asking these guys about big surprises, we talked to bill, two guys who hadn't been involved in politics, real quickly, james, surprise, disappointment? tell us what was the shocker for you getting to washington and being sworn in as a congressman. >> i think the two big surprises was how diverse the house of representatives really is. i think people would be proud to know when they walk on the floow that we are as diverse as america. people want to say they're all like that. we're not. we're fromer like chip and i are no political background, people from long-term political background. lots of other i occupations. the second big surprise was
in the vehicle and focused. i can never remember a time when a u.s. president launched a military action in a foreign country and didn't speak that evening from the oval office with a sober explanation of what, why, how, how much and how long. this action was announced by the secretary of state while the commander of chief bud r busied himself with a trip to rio and with meticulous attention to basketball brackets. maybe he's lost interest in the job, but next year we can fix that. the job for which he seems better suited might be a professor, where he can contemplate, articulate, educate and ruminate and never have to make a real decision or a conclusion. writing books taking a new direction in fiction since much of the budget proposals and solutions for stimulating the economy with pork belly spending and drowning deficit health care plans are the stuff of fiction or maybe, maybe he'd like to take the job for which he seems especially interested, sports analyst for e.s.p.n. (laughter) >> his decisions in this arena are a whole lot more accurate and seem to be based on more thought. an
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